Bhoot Haunted Ship Review

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Average Ratings:2/5
Score: 17% Positive
Reviews Counted:8
Positive:1
Neutral:2
Negative:5

 

Ratings:.1.5/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh  Site: Twitter

Fails to live up to its title… Weak writing… Lethargic pace… Few scares… Exhausting second half… Unconvincing backstory… #VickyKaushal is the only plus here. #BhootReview

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Ratings:. Review By: Komal Nahta  Site: Filminformation

On the whole, Bhoot Part One – The Haunted Ship has an exciting first half but a second half that’s not half as exciting. It will, therefore, do very ordinary business at the turnstiles. Lack of haunting music and erotica in the film will tell on its business as the Hindi film-going audiences are used to watching abundant sex and haunting songs in a horror drama, both of which this film completely lacks. Considering the fairly high investment in the film on the one hand and a dull start and limited recovery from satellite rights because of its ‘A’ certificate on the other, the film will find the going tough.

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Ratings:. Review By: Anupama Chopra  Site: Filmcompanion

I settled in thinking that Bollywood would finally deliver an efficient horror movie – it might not have the layers and craft of a Tumbbad but it would pack enough frights and twists to keep you hooked. Sadly, no such luck. Bhanu plays with the usual horror tropes – creaking doors, found footage, mirrors, children, dolls and cell-phones not working exactly when you need them. Which isn’t the problem. You pretty much sign up for this when you go into a horror film. The trouble is that beyond the first hour, the screenplay gets repetitive and increasingly silly.

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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Ronak  Site: Times Of India

While the film’s runtime is short, the pace seems exhausting because most of the scenes are concluded abruptly, leaving you waiting for the big reveal. However, the all-important backstory isn’t convincing enough to make your wait worth it. For a horror film, ‘Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship’ falls short of sending chills down your spine. At best, it can give you a few spooks.

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Ratings:.1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra  Site: Indian Express

Within its murky labyrinth, with no sense of any direction from writer-director Bhanu Pratap Singh, the film doesn’t seem to end. There is a ghost, a love story, a hate story, a smuggling ring, a church, a red dress, a doll, and a lot of clicking of fingers. Pednekar and Rana are there to add some brief acting heft, and to do some mantra-reciting ghost-fighting. A large part, however, is left to the able and much-taxed shoulders of Kaushal.

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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Ambica  Site: Khaleej Times 

Bhoot in the end leaves a lot more questions unanswered and leaves you with a feeling of incompleteness. The explanation for that though is there in the title itself – Part One – which means that there is a second part to follow soon to tie up all the loose ends. Whether Vicky Kaushal’s charisma alone is enough to lead audiences back to the theatres for a second round remains to be seen. If you are a fan of the horror genre, you may find bits and piece to keep you hooked. Technically, the movie is a visual delight, specially the scenes set within the dilapidated ship, but sadly the plot doesn’t keep the same pace and that proves a bit of a let down.

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Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Manjusha  Site: Gulf News 

A cracking horror film should have enough scares that startle you and jolt you out of your seats, but Vicky Kaushal’s scream-fest Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship barely scrapes by in that department. It’s high on eerie atmospherics, but low on genuine scares.And my real fear? The movie ends with a teaser to its sequel and that’s what is truly scary. Do you really need to have a second instalment when the first isn’t always spine-chilling.

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Ratings:.1.5/5 Review By: Hungama  Site: Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, BHOOT: PART ONE – THE HAUNTED SHIP suffers from a half-baked plot and a flawed narrative which leaves viewers confused. The end result is completely unconvincing, barring a few scenes that provide some chills. At the box office, it will be rejected by the audience. Disappointing!

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Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship Story:

A couple is trapped on an abandoned ship lying static on a beach.

Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship Release Date:

Feb 21, 2020 ( India)

Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship Cast:

Vicky Kaushal as Sumit Desai
Bhumi Pednekar as Esha Mukherjee
Ashutosh Rana as Kaashinath Mukherjee
Siddhanth Kapoor as Rahul Singh

Director: 
Bhanu Pratap Singh

Producer: 
Hiroo Yash Johar
Karan Johar
Apoorva Mehta
Shashank Khaitan
 

Run Time: 1 hour 54 Minutes

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